This makes me the most nervous about having my third: the fact that someone is going to have to start sharing a room. Whatever will become of nap-time? So glad it's working out for you!
They will never be the same! You either, but it's a good thing...
I have 2 girls, they share a room (we don;t really have a choice with only 2 bedrooms) and I love it. Some nights we have to go in there 50 times and tell them to stop talking and playing and giggling, but secretly, I enjoy it. I love that they have to talk, no matter how tired they are. And I also love that my two opposite personality girls are forced to learn to engage, and coexist with thier polar opposites. I know it'll help them later on in life.Enjoy the giggles that are sure to ensue with two girls in one room =o)
love love love.i so hope jilly and lu are friends. i so secretly worry they won't be.the pictures are priceless. perfection.
I was just wondering the other day about what happens to nap time once toddlers go from a crip to a "big kid bed". What's going to keep Mason from just playing with his toys or trying to escape his room? Why don't people blog about that kind of stuff? Oh wait, you just did. Thanks for that. :)
Exciting!! I remember when my sis (and best bud) & I first started to share a room! We LOVED it!
Your girls are so beautiful! Look at those eyes and that smile!
Those girls are way too cute!
enjoy your summer! good luck with the room-sharing...i think that's fantastic! xo
julie! i am obsessed with your blog! had no idea you were such a blogger. woohoo!hope to see you again soon!
Too cute!!!! I love it!
Oh I love it! As of two nights ago, our boys are also sharing a room....we just set up bunk beds and they are loving it! We have daily shows and stunts a plenty.
Your little girls are precious. You should indeed be proud of your graduate and how sweetly they are growing up. You're doing a great job, mama.My love,R
Those are some precious pictures you have there. Your family is absolutely gorgeous! I bet you feel so blessed to have them :) God really does give you wonders, doesn't He?
They are absolutely beautiful, Julie:-) Your poor husband (in about 10 years.....;-)
We only have one daughter right now, but if she ever has a sister I hope they want to share rooms. So sweet!
I love sunshine, happy people, and the power to delete. Sparkles! Rainbows! Unicorns!